Oklahoma Cherokee Buckbrush Double-Wall Basket
Date(s) - April 26, 2019 - April 28, 2019
John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folkschool Road
(US Region : Southeast)
After relocation to Oklahoma, the resourceful Cherokee discovered buckbrush as a substitute for southeastern rivercane in basket making, with the double-wall style widely practiced. Come explore this technique with an Oklahoma Cherokee Native American. Weave a basket approximately 8 inches in diameter as you learn about the history, natural dyes, and alternate materials. Beginners are welcome.
Information at John C. Campbell Folk School